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The New England-style Main Street of the Town of Yarmouth is known to locals as the “Village,” and is a walkable center of beautifully preserved historic homes and small businesses. Throughout the town, there is a significant focus on music and the arts, as well as a culture of community involvement that makes Yarmouth a warm and welcoming more...

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Real Estate in Yarmouth, Maine

    With wealth levels and per capital growth outpacing the State average, Yarmouth boasts a vibrant downtown, a growing arts community, and a working waterfront. Yarmouth also has a beautiful parkway along the picturesque Royal River, a sheltered port in Yarmouth Harbor, and a diversified commercial base along U.S. Route 1.

    Accessibility Yarmouth is ideally located for a short commute. From either of Yarmouth’s two entrances to I-295, Portland is less than a 15-minute drive down the road. The newly-renovated and improved Portland International Jetport (PWM) is only 16 miles from downtown Yarmouth, and offers flights to all major hubs.

    Yarmouth, ME Homes for sale, and the Yarmouth​ ​School system

    A search of Yarmouth, ME homes for sale would not be complete without looking at the highly-acclaimed Yarmouth school system. ​U.S.News & World Report ​ ranks Yarmouth High School #1 within Maine. 83% of Yarmouth students take Advanced Placement coursework and exams, and overall standardized test scores reflect that Yarmouth students perform far above state average.

    Favorable teacher-to-student ratios and engaged parents are complemented by significant instructional technology, community investment in education, and well-maintained, updated facilities.

    Yarmouth​ ​ME real estate listings tend to highlight the following community assets:

  • Miles and miles of public hiking trails, open spaces, and preserves including the 3,300 acres of land maintained by the Royal River Conservation Trust.

  • Yarmouth Community Garden, a generous two acre, entirely organic, parcel of land supported by working beehives and offering sunny rental plots with the opportunity to meet and learn from fellow gardeners.

  • The Children's Garden, a living playground made up of fruiting trees and vines, organic vegetables, and flowers, with its giant sunflower house, cucumber tunnel, ABC garden, and farmstand.

  • The Yarmouth Farmers’ Market - offering local produce and cut flowers, dairy products, seafood, meats, artisan breads, prepared foods, desserts, live acoustic music, crafts, and!

  • The Yarmouth Clam Festival, a summertime tradition since 1965, features live music, family events, great food, and a lovely parade.

For even more information on the Town of Yarmouth, please click here to read our click here to read our “Town of Yarmouth, ME Local Guide"